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Author diegoqueiroz
Recipients diegoqueiroz, eric.araujo, tarek
Date 2011-01-19.18:07:13
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Well. My application does not actually randomly remove the folders, it just can't guarantee for a given process how the folder it created will be deleted.

I have many tasks running on a cluster using the same disk. Some tasks creates the folders/files and some of them remove them after processing. What each task will do depends of the availability of computational resources.

The application is also aware of possible user interaction, that is, I need to be able to manipulate folders manually (adding or removing) without crashing the application or corrupting data.
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